26 Beech Avenue, Bowmanville, Ontario L1C 3A2
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Open House Sucess!

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A fantastic day at the BOAA Open House & Seniors Information and Active Living Fair yesterday! We were so glad to see close to 700 people come through the Beech Centre… with hundreds of program registraions, membership renewals, new members and more! Thank you to our amazing volunteers and staff for their hard work yesterday in order to make this event a fantastic one.
For anyone who joined us yesterday you all had the chance to visit any of our 62 vendor booths in the auditorium, participate in the many seminars available throughout the day, take part in the amazing program demonstrations and win great prizes! Thank you to all of our fantastic community partners who played a huge role in making this event possible: OACAO, Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat, Seasons Retirement Communities,Lakeridge Health, Newcastle Hearing Solutions, VON Durham, Mount Lawn Funeral Home & Cemetery, Arbor Memorial Inc., DHS Health Care Service,King Physiotherapy & Foot Clinic, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clarington,Central East CCAC, United Way of Durham Region, Ministry of Finance Ontario, Nordixx Pole Walking, Clarington Denture Clinic, Nu-Life Hearing Centre, Alzheimer’s Society of Durham Region, Bowmanville Hearing Services, Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Natural Touch Therapies, Senioropolis Inc., The Canadian Hearing Society, White Cliff Retirement Residence, Clarington Emergency & Fire Services, , Morris Funeral Chapel, March Of Dimes Canada, Sarah Timeleck Occupational Therapy Services, Community Care Durham,Lakeshore Tours & Travel, Lakeshore New Horizons Band, Kemp Travel Group, We Care Home Health Services, Curves, New Start Computer Training, Spinewise Bowmanville, Philips Lifeline, Chartwell Wynfield & Chartwell Centennial, Oshawa Funeral Home/Courtice Funeral Home,Canadian Day Trippers, Equilibrium Healthcare Solutions, Nursing Your Feet – Home Foot Care, Elder Abuse Ontario, Traditions of Durham Retirement Communities, Insuranceland Inc., HomeWell of Durham Region,Bethesda House, Medicine Chest Pharmasave, Sun King Blinds, Durham Medical, Canadian Cancer Society, Northcutt Elliott Funeral Home, Seniors Lifestyle Transitions, We-Fix-U Physiotherapy and Foot Health Centres, Caretrak, Keep Smiling Dental Hygiene, Sage Reflection Services,Evolution Support Services, Durham Ultimate Fitness Club, and more!

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In these extraordinary times, we are committed to continuing to provide exceptional older adult programming, services and events to our members safely. We are an organization that’s always done things a little differently… although it might not be what was always done, we are thrilled to announce
our reopening plan for our gradual re-opening starting in the Fall of 2020. Our organization is implementing important new measures to safeguard our members, staff and volunteers in order to make participating at the BOAA enjoyable.

Like many businesses and organizations, we’ve had to work incredibly fast with extreme flexibility to respond to the impacts of COVID-19 and to reflect ongoing government mandates. In response, on Monday September 14 th we will be safely reopening the doors to the BOAA with LIMITED ACCESS
available for members and guests. Pre-registration for indoor and outdoor programs and events is required.
1. Stay home if you are sick
2. A signed admission checklist that includes a temperature check will be required
3. Masks are required at all times within the building
4. All participants must remain six feet apart when possible
5. Please wash your hands frequently
6. Maximum 50 persons inside the building (we will be starting with much less)
7. Please use hand sanitizer frequently
8. Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth
1. Updated Office Hours – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 4 pm
2. Our team will be following social distancing protocols and our floors will have distancing guidelines
3. Our team will still be smiling (as always) but they’ll be wearing masks
4. We are encouraging the use of tap & chip debit or credit cards at this time
5. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building

We will continue to monitor the situation, doing our best to make the right decisions for our members, our team and our community. What is important for all to remember is that this will only be possible if we are COVID FREE and able to meet all Federal, Provincial, Regional & Municipal guidelines. Updates should always be expected and all planning is tentative.

We are honoured to be a part of your lives and look forward to our gradual reopening. Please follow us on our Facebook page to stay informed:  https://facebook.com/BowmanvilleOA 

If you require immediate assistance, please contact our emergency line 905-242-5585 or execdirector@bowmanvilleolderadults.com

Stay Informed & Stay Safe.🙏🙏

– Team BOAA

📞 905-697-2856